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Submitted by nrvalleytime 477d ago | review

Review: Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons (DarkZero)

"As my particular generation of swede, it's easy for me to have a blind spot for Swedish things. You wouldn't think so, perhaps, but it's true. It stems from a somewhat juvenile notion that foreign things are simply more authentic and more cool. At a meaty (and sometimes disconcerting!), 30 years old, that mindset is something I've abandoned a long time ago, but the blind spot, to a degree, remains." (Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

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